Education, Health, and Human Performance
In its 25th anniversary year, the School of the Arts receives the Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Award for the Arts.
First-generation student Meagan Dunham has found boundless opportunities through scholarships at the College of Charleston.
The College of Charleston’s new tobacco-free policy is leading campus community members like student Randy Risher to finally quit smoking.
After completing the Call Me MISTER Program and earning a degree in 2014, Josh Hall began his teaching career at Flowertown Elementary in Summerville, S.C.
You might be surprised by which College of Charleston majors are growing the fastest.
Find out how College of Charleston health and human performance professor Wes Dudgeon’s career began with college basketball and why you might want to invest in a laser…
College of Charleston faculty, staff and facilities will help you make 2015 the year you check each New Year’s resolution off your list.